First return procedure begins at al-Hol camp

The registration of names of the displaced persons from the towns of al-Raqqa and al-Tabqa who wish to return to their homes began after the Autonomous Administration's decision to repatriate displaced persons in north and east of Syria, following a meeting held at al-Hol camp.

On the 23rd of this month, a delegation from Autonomous Administration of North and East of Syria visited al-Hol camp. Based on the results of the Clan Forum held in Ain-Issa on 3 May, it was recognized that displaced persons from north and east of who stay in the camps should be returned to their areas. The visiting delegation included the Co-chairs of the Executive Council of the Autonomous Administration of North and East of Syria Abed Hamed al-Muhbash and Berivan Khaled, the Vice-presidents of the Joint Presidency Elizabith Kuriya and Amina Ossi, and the official of the camps in north and east of Syria, Sheikhamos Ahmed.

In the visit, the joint presidency of the Executive Council of the Autonomous Administration in North and East of Syria Berivan Khaled, said that the refuges those who will be returned to their homes are the children and women who have been displaced as a result what had happened to their areas from the war and IS' domination on their areas.

Based on the decision reached by the Autonomous Administration of North and East of Syria and al-Hol camp's administration, which is located about 45 km east of al-Hasakah city, the camp administration announced today the opening of registration for those who wish to return to their towns and villages in the cities of al-Raqqa and al-Tabqa where three registration offices have been opened inside the camp.

In a statement to Hawar news agency (ANHA), the camp administration said they would initially register the residents of the cities of al-Raqqa and al-Tabqa. Later, all those refugees wishing to return to their homes in all cities in north and east of Syria would be registered. "The returnees are only the civilian displaced persons and not Daesh mercenaries'

In this context, the co-chair of the camps in al-Hasakah canton, Magda Amin, said that the registration process began on Sunday morning, and there was a turnout for registration, and they would be sent at the end of this week.

Magda noted that they expected that more than 1,000 people would return home after their names would be registered by the end of the week.

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ANHA 


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